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Crafting and creating can be such a beautiful reflection of our lives. As knitters, we often reflect upon what was going on in our lives while we knitted a certain project, and it forever serves as a reminder of that specific event or time. Each stitch contains a piece of what we were feeling while we worked…..joy, worry, excitement, and e...
Delicate lace, softly angled edges, and a feminine silk/wool blend come together beautifully to form the perfect piece to layer over summer tanks and dresses. Ready for slow wandering adventures through gardens and along streams and ponds…..or for a more formal affair.
Knitting: Pullover, Poncho
This little “popover” style poncho makes a great piece to transition from Fall, right through the cold Winter months and into Spring. Pointed front and back hems and slipped center stitches flatter the figure, while side openings and a comfy cowl neck add creature comforts.
Knitting: Cardigan, Shrug / Bolero
Named for a decadently sweet little chocolate indulgence from the local candy shop, this cocoon-like shrug is also reminiscent of a turtle’s shell. Like a wearable blanket, you can wrap up in it, keep your neck warm, and still have your arms free.
Knitting: Cardigan, Shrug / Bolero
Named for a decadently sweet little chocolate indulgence from the local candy shop, this cocoon-like shrug is also reminiscent of a turtle’s shell. Like a wearable blanket, your little one can wrap up in it, keep her neck warm, and still have her arms free to play.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Inspired by vast open spans of drifting snow and frozen earth, where nature leaves its mark through tracks in the snow. An homage to my internal need for wide open spaces, thick with fresh air and lots of wildlife, and of course, beautiful, expansive vistas.
Knitting: Legwarmers, Feet / Legs - Other
Ginger Root is a pair of classically styled, feminine boot cuffs. Light-weight and easy to tuck into your boots, they are perfect to finish off your look with a soft, girly skirt, yet also go stylishly with your favorite pair of jeans or leggings.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Tupelo is a feminine slouchy hat with an eyelet brim and a patterned panel, which features a single cable between two mock cables and works its way from the brim to the crown. These sweet details add to the fun of knitting and wearing this slouchy little number.
Knitting: Earflap Hat
They are forecasting a “la nina” winter, which means different things in different parts of the world. As a Midwesterner, I know that this translates to cold and snow, no matter how they try to spin it. Whether it’s colder or slightly warmer, or more or less snow, than average, you will be sure to need something to keep your he...
Knitting: Legwarmers, Earflap Hat
A super quick and simple knit with dramatic and adorable results. Perfect for a new baby gift or a photo prop. Grey with pink flower shown in newborn size on a NB baby. Purple/cream hat shown in 3-6 month size on a 6 month old baby. Legwarmers are one size fits all.
Knitting: Washcloth / Dishcloth, Bathroom
A quick little project that just makes good sense. Save on waste and use up all of your bars of soap with out making a mess in the shower. Makes a great gift and is fun for kids to use in the bath tub too. Try a bar at the kitchen sink too!
A stylish and unique owl diaper cover design. This download includes 2 patterns with 3 size options for each design. This makes an adorable photo prop and will be treasured for years to come as a one of a kind shower or baby gift. The color options are endless for both baby girl and baby boy.
A whimsical diaper cover with delicate flower details on the back. Perfect for milestone photos or a special occasion. This would also look darling under a sweet little dress as a pair of bloomers. This is meant to be a diaper cover only and is not intended for use as a soaker with cloth diapers.
Knitting: Purse, Wristlet, Drawstring Bag
This adorable little bag is perfect for carrying jewelry, holding your baby’s pacifier, or as a little purse for a child. The pattern can be done using circular/double pointed needles, or using the magic loop method. Either way, it’s a quick little project with so many versatile uses.